27 September 2016
|Time:||9:00am – 1:30pm|
|Venue:||CML Bush House, London|
About this event
This event explored General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications for lenders.
This event was aimed at:
Those who deal with data protection issues in their day-to-day roles.
- An overview of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications for the lending market
- UK applications of the new guidance
- Practical implications of the GDPR - changes to processes
- Practical implications of the GDPR - financial crime
Key takeaways from this event
- Be prepared! - whilst the changes don't take effect until 2018, there is no transition period and the regulation applies to data retained now, as well as to future collection.
- Have a Data Subject Access Request and a Privacy Impact Assessment (PIA) framework in place.
- There needs to be awareness across third party relationships and partners.
- Outsources and processors need to have a mutually compliant environment and an annual data audit should be performed.
- Customer profiling is important.
- Do you need to retain and gather the data that you currently do? Remember that 'less is more' and try to refine the process where possible.
- Be clear and transparent on the reasons for harnessing the data and the intended future uses and purposes of it.
*This event was closed to press*
0900 - 0930
Registration and refreshments
|0930 – 0940||
Welcome and introduction
|0940 - 1030||
An overview of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and its implications for the lending market
|1030 - 1110||
Practical implications of the GDPR – financial crime
|1110 - 1130||Refreshments
|1130 - 1215||Practical implications of the GDPR – changes to processes
Vikki Hoyle, Senior Associate, Walker Morris
Lunch and event close
Paula Barrett leads Eversheds international privacy and information law practice. Paula is recommended by Chambers as a leading individual in the field of Data Protection and cyber security, and has considerable expertise in helping clients in the financial services sector plan and address their compliance in this area and manage the interplay with other regulatory and operational requirements.
Partner, TLT LLP
Alison Deighton is a Partner and head of TLT's Data Protection & Privacy team. She advises banks and other financial institutions on all aspects of information law.
Alison has extensive experience advising clients on data protection compliance issues, including drafting privacy notices and policies, delivering training, advising on international data transfers, advising on marketing compliance issues, dealing with ICO investigations, conducting audits, managing data breach incidents and advising on data sharing arrangements.
She also has advised a wide range of financial institutions on the new General Data Protection Regulation and leads TLT's GDPR Practical Thinktank, which helps senior in-house lawyers and data protection professionals implement the new regulation.
Alison is a member of the National Association of Data Protection Officers and the International Association of Privacy Professionals.
Senior Associate, Walker Morris LLP
Vikki Hoyle is an expert in data protection. Her experience includes conducting data protection audits and website compliance reviews, including privacy policies and cookies. She also advises on transatlantic data transfers including model contract clauses, Privacy Shield and the practical implications of these for EU and US businesses.
Council of Mortgage Lenders
3rd Floor Bush House, North West Wing
London WC2B 4PJ
Nearest tube stations:
Holborn (Piccadilly and Central lines)
Charing Cross (Bakerloo and Northern lines)
Waterloo (Jubilee, Waterloo & City, Northern and Bakerloo lines)
Nearest overground station:
Waterloo (Connects to Jubilee, Waterloo & City, Northern and Bakerloo lines)
Presentations from the day are available below for attendees. Click on the links to download the presentations in pdf format.